Girls' Teams

Bart Conner Gymnastics Academy
Holiday Break- Closed December 22- Reopen January 3. Teams May Have Different Schedules.

Girls' Teams

Tiny Team

Two days a week for 2 hours - this is for younger girls who are 5-6 years old. These are some of our talented young ones! We keep them together by age so they can work on similar skills. They work on the skills to prepare them to move up to Level 4. Gymnasts can move up to Level 4 when they are 6, so these are some of our hot shots!

Pre-Team

Three days a week for two hours each day. This is primarily for girls 7 and up who aren't quite ready for Level 4. They work on the skills to prepare them to move up to Level 4. We want them to refine their current skills and learn the ones they'll need to be competitive at Level 4.

Level 3

Four days a week for two hours each day. This is the introductory level for competition teams. We usually have a large team and it is a great way to get introduced to competitive gymnastics without a huge financial and time commitment. The meets are usually within our state and sometimes we travel to Kansas or Texas. Our gymnasts range from ages 6-13 on this level and it is a lot of fun!

Level 4 & 5

These levels come five days a week Monday - Thursday 5:00 - 8:00 and Saturday 9:00 - 12:00. These levels have a stepped level of time commitment. We work hard to perfect their skills, as these levels are much more difficult than Level 4. We have 8-10 meets a year and they are usually within our state and sometimes we travel to Kansas or Texas.

Level 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & Elite

These levels attend 4:30 - 8:30 during the week, with the exception of Wednesday (finish at 7:30) and Friday (finished at 8:00 p.m.) Level 6 & 7 come one less day. We train either on Saturday morning or Sunday afternoon, depending on the meet schedules, for 3 1/2 hours. We have one of the top optional levels in the country. Our gymnasts work on routines with exciting, new skills. They have beam and floor routines choreographed especially for them. Our team competes in eight to nine meets a year and we usually travel to two or three far away meets each year. These levels allow the girls to try to qualify to the Regional and National Championships each year.